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Saxophone ténor

Reference 54 special tenor saxophone - 824245Z

Regular price 8460€
Sale price 8460€ Regular price

When you start from an already iconic instrument, recognized worldwide by all professional and amateur musicians, and add a detail to it to make it completely unique, can the result be anything other than exceptional?

This instrument, already originally selected for its mechanical and acoustic qualities, served as a prototype for the new Supreme lacquer.

The result is incredible, unanimously hailed by the technicians and professional musicians of Henri SELMER Paris.

The "Z" of the serial number attests to the exceptional character of the instrument.

When we know that this is the very last Reference to come out of our house, we measure the magnitude of the occasion.

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Henri SELMER Paris guarantees:

  • Our REWIND instruments are checked and prepared before any presentation in our Henri SELMER Paris workshops.
  • They are all sold without mouthpiece but with a case.
  • Included in the price, for one year : the Henri SELMER Paris warranty (excluding surface condition and cracks) and if necessary a technical check for your musical comfort.
  • We offer the test in our Parisian studios only by appointment and respecting all sanitary standards. Or we can delivery directly to your home (fees included in the EU, extra cost outside the EU).
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    Saxophones, clarinets, brass, woodwinds... these Henri SELMER Paris instruments have made the history of our House and the joy of many musicians.

    They have been serviced and adjusted with the utmost care by our craftsmen or by the best repairers from our certified network.

    Now it's up to you to give them a second wind

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